OGURA TAMIKO

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Name
OGURA TAMIKO
E-mail
tamiko-ogurajonan.ac.jp
Affiliation
Former Institution / Organization Graduate School of Humanities, Kobe University
Job title
Professor
Research funding number
60031720

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Sep 1986
 - 
Sep 1987
Visiting scholar, University of Strathclyde, University of Geneva, University of Washington
 

Published Papers

 
小椋 たみ子, 増田 珠巳, 平井 純子, 浜辺 直子
大阪総合保育大学紀要   (11) 17-26   2016   [Refereed]
要旨:母親の言語入力の社会実用面を発話機能と母子の注意の焦点から分析し、母親の発話の年齢推移と、母親の発話と24 ヶ月時点の語彙発達との関係を明らかにした。9、12、18 ヶ月の母親の発話は子どもの注意・関心に添った母親の共同注意中発話が、注意・関心に添わない非共同注意中発話より有意に多く、発話機能では説明、呼びかけの出現頻度が高かった。9、12 ヶ月の母親の発話機能と注意の焦点の組み合わせが24 ヶ月時点の子どもの表出語数を予測し、12 ヶ月児の共同注意中での母親の説明が24 ヶ月時点の...
INABA Taichi, MIYANISHI Kuninori, OGURA Tamiko, WATAMAKI Tohru
神戸大学大学院人間発達環境学研究科研究紀要   8(2) 93-96   Mar 2015
Kutsuki A, Ogura T, Egami S, Itakura S, Japan Children's Study Group.
Psychological reports   105(3 Pt 1) 865-878   Dec 2009   [Refereed]
Kutsuki A, Kuroki M, Egami S, Ogura T, Itakura S, Japan Children's Study Group.
Infant behavior & development   32(4) 381-391   Dec 2009   [Refereed]
Li P, Ogura T, Barner D, Yang SJ, Carey S
Developmental psychology   45(6) 1644-1653   Nov 2009   [Refereed]
Cheng S, Maeda T, Tomiwa K, Yamakawa N, Koeda T, Kawai M, Ogura T, Yamagata Z, Japan Children's Study Group.
Journal of epidemiology   19(6) 319-327   2009   [Refereed]
OGURA T.
Japanese journal on developmental disabilities   30(3) 164-173   Jul 2008
Egami Sonoko, Kutsuki Aya, Ogura Tamiko, Kubo Kayako, Itakura Shoji
The Japanese journal of psychology   79(2) 150-158   2008
This study investigated developmental changes and sex differences in infants' responses to a female stranger during a face-to-face interaction, still-face, and reunion phase. Twenty-two infants (11 boys and 11 girls) were observed at five and nine...
小椋 たみ子
Journal of the Linguistic Society of Japan   (132) 29-53   Sep 2007
Sarnecka BW, Kamenskaya VG, Yamana Y, Ogura T, Yudovina YB
Cognitive psychology   55(2) 136-168   Sep 2007   [Refereed]
Ogura T, Dale PS, Yamashita Y, Murase T, Mahieu A
Journal of child language   33(1) 1-29   Feb 2006   [Refereed]
How the use of 'Non-Adult words' varies as a function of context and children's linguistic development.
Studies in Language Sciences   Vol.5 103-120   Jun 2006
Ogura, T., Dale, P.S., Yamashita, Y.,Murase, T. & Mahieu, A.
Journal of Child Language   Vol.33(1) 1-29   Feb 2006
Murase,T.,Dale, P.S., Ogura, T. ,Yamashita, Y., & Mahieu, A.
First Language   Vol.25 No.2 pp197-218 197-218   May 2005
Murase Toshiki, Mahieu Aki, Ogura Tamiko, Yamashita Yukie, Philip S Dale
The Japanese Journal of Developmental Psychology   9(2) 142-154   1998
This study investigated mother-child picture book reading, with regard to children's involvement and mothers' support. A cross-sectional sample of 66 Japanese mothers and their 10-, 12-, 15-, 18-, 21-, 24-, and 27-month old children were observed ...
INANAMI Masamitsu, OGURA Tamiko, Rodgers Catherine, NISHI Nobutaka
The Japanese Journal of Special Education   32(2) 11-21   1994
Holyroyd developed the QRS (Questionnaire on Resources and Stress), which measured parents' stress from caring for their children with disabilities. In the present article, we present two statistical studies using our version of the short form of ...
OGURA Tamiko
THE JAPANESE JOURNAL OF COMMUNICATION DISORDERS   11(1) 17-26   1994
Parental report data, Japanese Early Communicative Development Inventory, for 21 19-38 months language delayed children and 176 8-16 months normal children at no word or at the single-word stage showed the gesture and language were closely related...
OGURA Tamiko
THE JAPANESE JOURNAL OF COMMUNICATION DISORDERS   9(1) 10-20   1992
The relationship between early language and gestural communication, symbolic play, and sensorimotor skills were clarified through a longitudinal study of two boys with autistic disorders. One boy was observed from the age of two years to four year...
Ogura Tamiko, Angela Notari, Rebecca Fewell
The Japanese Journal of Developmental Psychology   2(1) 17-24   1991
The purpose of this study is to verify 'local homology model' in the relationship between play and language of Down syndrome children. Eighteen American Down syndrome children (mean CA 34.2 months, range 16-54 months) were observed in 25 minutes' ...
OGURA Tamiko
The Japanese Journal of Educational Psychology   36(1) 19-28   1988
Correspondences and correlations between early language development and the manipulation of objects and play development were examined through a longitudinal study of four children. Significant positive correlations were found between number of di...
INANAMI MASAMITSU, NISHI NOBUTAKA, OGURA TAMIKO
The Japanese Journal of Special Education   18(3) 33-41   1980
Holroyd reported the questionaire, named QRS, which assessed psychic stress of parents with handicapped children. The scales of QRS were (1) Poor Health Mood (11 items), (2) Excess Time Demands (14 items), (3) Negative Attitude toward Index Case (...

Misc

 
Ogura Tamiko
Journal of contemporary human life science,Tezukayama University   11 65-74   Feb 2015
Shimizu Masuharu, Ogura Tamiko, Nishimura Mami, Ishida Sinji
Journal of contemporary human life science,Tezukayama University   11 85-94   Feb 2015
Ogura Tamiko
Journal of contemporary human life science,Tezukayama University   10 109-121   Feb 2014
Shimizu Masuharu, Ogura Tamiko, Tsuru Hirofumi, Matsuo Sumiyo
Journal of contemporary human life science,Tezukayama University   10 123-137   Feb 2014
Shimizu Masuharu, Ogura Tamiko, Matsuo Sumiyo, Tsuru Hirofumi
Journal of contemporary human life science,Tezukayama University   9 53-64   Feb 2013
Ogura Tamiko, Shimizu Masuharu, Tsuru Hirofumi, Minami Kenji
Journal of contemporary human life science,Tezukayama University   8 47-62   Feb 2012
Ogura Tamiko, Shimizu Masuharu, Tsuru Hirofumi, Minami Kenji
Journal of contemporary human life science,Tezukayama University   7 95-116   Feb 2011
Shimizu Masuharu, Ogura Tamiko, Tsuru Hirofumi, Minami Kenji
Journal of contemporary human life science,Tezukayama University   7 117-132   Feb 2011
Murase Toshiki, Ogura Tamiko, Yamasita Yukie
Journal of socio-cultural studies   4 17-30   Dec 2007
Ogura T., Matsuo M., Takeshima Y., Yagi M., Matsushima T.
The Annual reports of humanities and social sciences   (23) 39-57   Feb 2004
Maeda Miho, Inaba Taichi, Ogura Tamiko, Watamaki Tohru
Bulletin of the Faculty of Human Development   11(1) 103-108   Sep 2003
朝重 香織, 小椋 たみ子
Bulletin of the Faculty of Human Development   8 1-12   Mar 2001
Ogura Tamiko
Bulletin of the Faculty of Human Development   6(2) 1-14   Mar 1999
Murase Toshiki, Ogura Tamiko, Yamasita Yukie
Journal of social systems   2 79-104   Mar 1998
Ogura Tamiko, Yamashita Yukie, Murase Toshiki
Bulletin of the Faculty of Human Development   5(2) 261-276   Mar 1998
Ogura Tamiko, Yoshimoto Yoshie, Tsubota Minori
Bulletin of the Faculty of Human Development   5(1) 1-14   Sep 1997
Ogura Tamiko, Naka Norio, Yamashita Yukie, Murase Toshiki, Mhieu Aki
Bulletin of the Faculty of Human Development   4(2) 31-57   Mar 1997
Ogura Tamiko, Yamashita Yukie, Murase Toshiki, Yamada Aki
Bulletin of the Faculty of Human Development   2(2) 177-194   1995
YAMASHITA Yukie, OGURA Tamiko, MURASE Toshiki
Bulletin of Shimane Women's College   32 49-58   Mar 1994
Ogura Tamiko, Yamasita Yukie, Murase Toshiki
Memoirs of the Faculty of Education. literature and Social science   27(1) 27-39   Dec 1993
The MacArthur Communicative Development Inventories (the CDI/Infants and the CDI/Toddlers) have been developed by Fenson, Dale, Reznick, Thal, Bates, Hartung, Pethick, and Reilly (1993) in U.S.A. as an instrument to assess the gestural and languag...
YAMASHITA Yukie, OGURA Tamiko, MURASE Toshiki
Bulletin of Shimane Women's College   31 125-130   Mar 1993
YAMASHITA Yukie, OGURA Tamiko, YAMADA Aki, MURASE Toshiki
Bulletin of Shimane Women's College   31 113-124   Mar 1993
Ogura Tamiko, Murase Toshiki, Yamasita Yukie
Memoirs of the Faculty of Education. literature and Social science   26 57-63   Dec 1992
Some points of early language development were clarified through the survey for the vocabulary checklist (the category of animals's names, toys, vehicles and food and drink) of the Japanese version of MacArthur Commuincative Development Inventorie...
Murase Toshiki, Ogura Tamiko, Yamasita Yukie
Memoirs of the Faculty of Law and Literature   17(1) 37-54   Jul 1992
Ogura Tamiko, Yamasita Yukie, Murase Toshiki
Memoirs of the Faculty of Education. literature and Social science   25 17-31   Dec 1991
Parent report can provide valuable informations on early child language development. In this paper we introduced the first Japanese version of Early Laguage Development Inventory adapted from MacArthur Communicative Development Inventorles (Fenson...
Ogura Tamiko
Memoirs of the Faculty of Education. literature and Social science   24(1) 29-45   Jul 1990
In this paper we reviewed the studies of the relationship between early language and cognitive development. There seem to be two major types of hypothesis. One is cognitive hypotesis, and the other is correlational hypothesis. Cognitive hypothesis...
Ogura Tamiko
Memoirs of the Faculty of Education. literature and Social science   23(1) 9-20   Jul 1989
The main purpose of this study is to clarify the relationship between the manipulation of objects and play, and language in Down's syndrome children. Fifteen Down's syndrome children from 9 months to 54 months old were observed playing with their ...
Inanami Masamitsu, Nishi Nobutaka, Ogura Tamiko
Memoirs of the Faculty of Education. literature and Social science   22(2) 79-98   Dec 1988
We summarized English literatures which reported problems of the exceptional parents, five years ago. (M.Inanami, N.Nishi, T.Ogura, T.Onishi : A view of the new studies of the exceptional parents. Memoires of Shimane University, Faculty of Educati...
Ogura Tamiko
Memoirs of the Faculty of Education. literature and Social science   22(2) 99-111   Dec 1988
This paper introduced a useful parent report instrument which Bates and her colleagues have developed over the past decade. Parents will be able to provide a valuable overall evaluation of children's language, when carefully assessed. Based on the...
Inanami Masamitsu, Ogura Tamiko, Nishi Nobutaka
Memoirs of the Faculty of Education. literature and Social science   22(1) 61-71   Oct 1988
1) The KR-20 reliability coefficient for our short form was determined to be 0.58 (Scale 1, Mother's Afliction), 0.73 (Scale 2, Pessimism about Child Development), 0.43 (Scale 3, Overprotection/Dependency), 0.78 (Scale 4, Anxiety for the Future of...
Ogura Tamiko
Memoirs of the Faculty of Education. literature and Social science   21 99-115   Dec 1987
The relationship between early language, symbolic play, sensorimotor skills and social development was examined through a longitudinal study of two autistic boys. One boy was observed from the age of two years to four years and five months old, an...
Ogura Tamiko
Memoirs of the Faculty of Education. literature and Social science   20 101-115   Dec 1986
Inanami Masamitsu, Ogura Tamiko, Nishi Nobutaka
Memoirs of the Faculty of Education. literature and Social science   20 117-127   Dec 1986
In this study, we investigated attitudes of parents who reared nonhandicapped children, using our short form of the QRS. We compared 49 items between parents of nonhandicapped children and mothers of handicapped children. Within those 49 items, pa...
Ogura Tamiko
Memoirs of the Faculty of Education. literature and Social science   19 25-49   Dec 1985
The purpose of this study is to clarify the process of the transition from prelinguistic vocalizations to two-word speech. Three children were observed from about seven months to the beginning of two-word speech every three weeks. The vocalizatio...
Inanami Masamitsu, Ogura Tamiko, Nishi Nobutaka
Memoirs of the Faculty of Education. literature and Social science   19 51-67   Dec 1985
In this study, we tried to make a short form of the QRS, and cornpared our questionnaire with Friedrich's short form of it. Using the data of 236 QRSs, we factor analysed each of the three categories of the QRS : the parent problems, the family p...
Ogura Tamiko
Memoirs of the Faculty of Education. literature and Social science   18 27-36   Dec 1984
The purpose of this paper is to clarify which early language behaviors correlate with which cognitive behaviors. The subjects were 35 nursery school children from 10 to 21 months old. The language measure was the stage of single word utterances. ...
Inanami Masamitsu, Kusunoki Hitoko, Ogura Tamiko
Memoirs of the Faculty of Education. literature and Social science   17 9-20   Dec 1983
The Adaptive Behavior Scale (ABS) was designed to evaluate adaptive behavior levels of mentally reatrded and other disabled individuals. We used teacher judgements to assess adaptive behavior levels of the students in special schools. The student...
Ogura Tamiko, Onishi Toshie
Memoirs of the Faculty of Education. literature and Social science   16 55-69   Dec 1982
In this paper we reported the process of play therapy for the stuttering boy of 3 years and month. It was supposed that the cause of his stuttering is the hereditary trait,his personality and the parental or environmental pressure. He did not expe...
Onishi Toshie, Ogura Tamiko
Memoirs of the Faculty of Education. literature and Social science   16 71-87   Dec 1982
We reported the process of collaborative mother's counseling for the mother whose son was stuttering and enuresis. We explored the cause of his stuttering through the mother's counseling and further focused the discussion on the process of the cha...
Inanami Masamitsu, Nishi Nobutaka, Ogura Tamiko
Memoirs of the Faculty of Education. literature and Social science   15 27-42   Dec 1981
We collect and read new literatures of the exceptional parents which have been written in English. Since PL94-142, the Education for all Handicapped Children Act passed in 1975, there is effort to increase parental participation with the special e...
Ogura Tamiko, Nishi Nobutaka, Inanami Masamitsu
Memoirs of the Faculty of Education. literature and Social science   14 57-74   Dec 1980
We investigated theitem analysls of QRS which Holroyd had developed since 1973. Data used for our analysis were 236 QRSs which were answered by 28 mothers of autism, 33 mothers of blind, 67 mothers of cripple and 108 mothers of mental retardation....
Ogura Tamiko, Ibara Chitose
Memoirs of the Faculty of Education. literature and Social science   13 21-41   Dec 1979
This study investigated the body image and the self image of crippled, ill and deaf children through Human Figure Drawings (HFD) and the Koch's Tree Drawing Test (Baumtest). Each HFD was checked for the presence of the 30 emotional indicators by K...
Inanami Masamitsu, Nishi Nobutaka, Ogura Tamiko
Memoirs of the Faculty of Education. literature and Social science   12 43-54   Dec 1978
Ogura Tamiko
Memoirs of the Faculty of Education. literature and Social science   12 55-72   Dec 1978
This paper investigates the articulatory development of [s] [z] [∫] [ts] [dz] sounds (here standard speech sounds) in young children. Exp.I deals with the production of speech sounds and Exp.II tries to clarify the recogintion of them. Distinctive...

Books etc

 
Handbook of Japanese applied linguistics
De Gruyter Mouton   Jun 2016   
Handbook of East Asian Psycholingustics
Nakayama, M et al. (eds.) (Part:Contributor, Use of baby talk words by Japanese mothers)
2010   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
The relationship between imitation types and language development
Ogura, T., Itakura, S., Kutsuki, A., Kuroki, M. & Egami, S.
XVI th International Conference on Infant Studies   
Developmental change of joint attention and non-joint attention
Shimizu, E., Fukuda, S. & Ogura, T.
XVI th International Conference on Infant Studies   
Early predictors of linguistic abilities at 18 months
Ogura, T., Itakura, S., Kutsuki, A., Kuroki, M. & Egami, S.
XIVth European Conference on Developmental Psychology   
Infant’s receptive vocabulary in a preferential looking task and parental reports
Ogura, T. & Suetsugu, A.
Child Language Seminar   
Nonlingustic predictors of vocabulary comprehension and production at 18 months
Ogura, T., Itakura, S. & Kutsuki, A.
XVth European Conference on Developmental Psychology   
Early categorization ability and vocabulary development
Ogura, T. & Masuda, T.
XVIII Biennial International Conference on Infant Studies   
Social pragmatic features of maternal input and children’s language development
Ogura, T., Masuda, T., Hirai, J. & Hamabe, N.
Developmental Section Annual Conference   
Mother’s verbal imitation in the second year as predictors of children’s linguistic development
Ogura, T., Masuda, T., Hirai, J. & Hamabe, N.
SRCD2015   
Verbal imitations in maternal input and children’s linguistic development
Ogura, T., Masuda, T., Hirai, J. & Hamabe, N.
31st International Congress of Psychology,   
Maternal responsive and directive utterances as predictors of children’s lexical development: the role of joint attentional focus
Ogura, T., Masuda, T., Hirai, J. & Hamabe, N.
Society for Research in Child Development 2017 Biennial Meeting   
Lexical characteristics of Japanese maternal child directed speech (CDS) and the effects on children’s vocabulary development.
Ogura, T., Masuda, T., Hirai, J. & Hamabe, N.
25th Biennial Meeting of the International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development